The Three Musketeers (animated TV series)

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This article is about the 1968 US animated series. For the 1987 Japanese animated series, see The Three Musketeers (1987 TV series).
The Three Musketeers
Genre Cartoon
Created by Hanna-Barbera
Directed by William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Voices of Jonathan Harris
Barney Phillips
Don Messick
Julie Bennett
Teddy Eccles
Bruce Watson
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 18
Producer(s) William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) Hanna-Barbera Productions
Distributor Taft Broadcasting (original)
Worldvision Enterprises (former)
Turner Broadcasting (former)
Warner Bros. Television (current)
Original release September 7, 1968 – May 31, 1969

The Three Musketeers was an American Saturday morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions for NBC. It premiered in 1968, running for 18 episodes as a segment on The Banana Splits Adventure Hour.

The cartoon is based on the famous novel The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas.


# Title Airdate Summary
1 The Littlest Musketeer 1968 September 7 Count Douvac is intent on making Spain declare war on France. The musketeers ride to save the Spanish envoy and arrest Count Douvac.
2 The Jewel of India 1968 September 14 The musketeers deliver the Jewel of India for the Queen of Spain, but the jester steals it. The musketeers follow him and fight off the corrupt duke and recover the jewel.
3 A Letter of Peril 1968 September 21
4 The Ring 1968 September 28
5 The Plot of the Puppetmaster 1968 October 5
6 The Moorish Galley 1968 October 12
7 The True King 1968 October 19
8 The Pirate Adventure 1968 October 26
9 The Evil Falconer 1968 November 2
10 The Mysterious Message 1968 November 9
11 The Challenge for the Crown 1968 November 16
12 The Red Duke 1968 November 23
13 The Outlaw Archer 1968 November 30
14 Tooly's Dream 1968 December 7
15 The Haunted Castle 1968 December 14
16 A Fair Day for Tooly 1969 January 4
17 Tooly's Treasure Hunt 1969 January 11
18 Tooly's Surprise 1969 May 31

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